Jeannie C. Riley - Houston Blues mp3 album
Jeannie C. Riley (born Jeanne Carolyn Stephenson; October 19, 1945) is an American country music and gospel singer. She is best known for her 1968 country and pop hit "Harper Valley PTA" (written by Tom T. Hall), which missed (by one week) becoming the Billboard Country and Pop number one hit at the same time. In subsequent years, she had moderate chart success with country music, but never again duplicated the success of "Harper Valley PTA".
B. How Hard I'm Trying. UK pressing on blue, gold MGM label. Houston Blues (7", Single).
Jeannie C Riley download free and listen online. Jeannie C. Riley Words, Names, Faces. Riley I Love Him. (play). Riley Fine Feathered Friend. Riley Widow Jones. Riley Things Go Better With Love. Riley That's a No No. Riley Silver Bells. Riley Most People Get Married.
The album based on the title track is a fine recording that goes beyond the obvious attraction to the Tom T. Hall classic. It comes across nearly as a concept album that mirrors life in a small town in all its faults and tribulations, though not all songs make direct reference to Harper Valley. At the center of all this is the underrated voice of Jeannie C. Riley, which has the right combination of strength, sass, and vulnerability to make the songs come alive
Style: pop. Album year: 2017. Riley - Farther Along 03:36. Riley - Before the Next Teardrop Falls 02:34. Riley - The Artist 02:26. Riley - I'm Only a Woman 02:44. Riley - The Cotton Patch 03:39. Riley - That's How It Is With Him and Me 02:26. Riley - I'll Take What's Left of You 02:32. Riley - That's a No No 01:58. Riley - The Lions Club 03:04. Riley - We're Pioneers 05:50. Riley - Sylvester and Hanna 02:16. Riley - The Tree of Joy 02:24
Listen to music from Jeannie C. Riley like Harper Valley . Manhattan, Kansas & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Jeannie C. Riley. Riley (born Jeanne Carolyn Stephenson on October 19, 1945) is an American country and gospel music singer. She is known for her major 1968 hit Harper Valley PTA that made her the first ever female singer to have a song reach on both the country and pop music charts. The record quickly became one of the most legendary country music songs of all time.
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NotesUK pressing on blue / gold MGM label.
|K 14310||Jeannie C. Riley||Houston Blues (7", Single)||MGM Records||K 14310||US||Unknown|
|K14310||Jeannie C. Riley||Houston Blues (7", Single, Promo)||MGM Records||K14310||US||Unknown|